NBC is auctioning off some key props from Homicide: Life on the Street. Cool, eh? They're also rebroadcasting The Movie on Sunday night. And they're releasing it on DVD, too. If you haven't been searching ebay for Homicide stuff lately, it's worth doing. A former propmaster for the show has been auctioning off all sorts of props, too.
Me? I'm satisfied, pretty much, with the props I have. Including a shirt that was worn by Daniel Baldwin as Beau Felton. A tie that was worn by Richard Belzer as Munch. One of Kay's notebooks. Business cards for everyone but Frank Pembleton. And Crosetti's badgeholder, slinky, sunglasses, pen, and Fraternal Order of Police keychain. (Still would've loved Kay or Beau's framed certificate from the stationhouse wall. Or one of Meldrick's hats or Frank's trenchcoats. But I'll live).
How come you're missing a business card?
Posted by: Monty at March 25, 2001 12:59 AM
Well, near as I can tell there weren't as many Pembleton cards available at the prop sale or else someone who got there early grabbed a ton of them before they started limiting how many cards each person could buy.
Some lots with Pembleton cards showed up on eBay, but always went for a *lot* of money.
I'm pretty pleased to have an almost-complete set, though. (And I have extras of some, so I keep hoping maybe I could trade someone for a Pembleton someday).
(Of course one could make up bizcards to look like 'em. I keep toying with making my own. How geeky is that? Det. Laurel? Um. Yeah).
Posted by: Laurel at March 25, 2001 10:03 AM